LXV International Conference on Nuclear Physics
«Nucleus 2015. New Horizons in Nuclear Physics,
Nuclear Engineering, Femto- and Nanotechnologies».
Conference is devoted to the 60th anniversary of Joint Institute for Nuclear Research

June 29 – July 3, 2015, Peterhof, Saint-Petersburg

 
 

Main topics of the Conference: 

Section 1. Experimental study of nuclear properties and fundamental interactions:
neutron-rich nuclei;
→ nuclei far from the stability valley;
→ giant resonances;
→ multiphonon and multiquasiparticle states of nuclei;
→ high-spin and superdeformed states of nuclei;
→ beta decay of nuclei;
→ synthesis of superheavy elements

Section 2. Experimental study of nuclear reactions:
→ reactions with radioactive nuclear beams;
→ reactions with polarized particles;
→ reactions with electrons and gamma-rays;
→ reactions with heavy ions;
→ fusion and fission of nuclei;
→ multifragmentation of nuclei;
→ reactions with neutrons and ultracold neutrons;
→ reactions induced by the elementary particles

Section 3. The theory of atomic nucleus and fundamental interactions:
→ nuclear many-body problem;
→ microscopic description of nuclear collectivity and its interaction with single-particle motion;
→ non-linear nuclear dynamics;
→ meson and quark degrees of freedom in nuclei, mesoatoms;
→ hypernuclei and other exotic systems;
→ nucleus interaction with atomic shell electrons;
→ theories of elementary particle interaction and conservation laws;
→ application of nuclear and particle physics to the astrophysical objects;
→ clusters in nuclei and Bose-Einstein condensation

Section 4. Nuclear reactions theory:
→ theory of direct nuclear reactions;
→ theory of multiple scattering;
→ statistical theory of nuclear reactions;
→ theory of reactions with clusters and heavy ions;
→ theory of astrophysical nucleosynthesis;
→ relativistic theory of nuclear collisions;
→ theory of polarization phenomena in nuclear reactions;
→ theory of the proton, two-proton and cluster radioactivity and fission of nuclei;
→ theory of photonuclear reactions
 

Section 5. Application of the theory of few-particle systems to nuclear and atomic physics:
→ application of Faddeev and Faddeev-Yakubovsky equations;
→ application of hyperspherical and adiabatic hyperspherical methods;
→ application of asymptotic methods for investigation of few-particle wave functions asymptotics;
→ three-body Coulomb problem;
→ few-particle systems on the lattice;
→ few-particle systems with reduced dimensionality

​ Section 6. Nuclear physics experimental technique and its applications:
→ instruments and methods of nuclear-physics experiments;
→ nuclear experiment simulation and data analysis;
→ nuclear databases;
→ radiation detectors;
→ nuclear methods in medicine;
→ accelerator technologies;​
→ radiation technology in micro- and nanoelectronics for the creation of new materials;
→ channeling of nuclei and elementary particles;
→ problems of radiation reliability;
→ nuclear and radiation safety, radioecology;
→ problems of nuclear power reactors and radioactive waste treatment;
→ fundamental problems of thermonuclear energetics;
→ experience and problems of nuclear physics education